Further Reading Books

Balding, D.J. 2005. Weight-of-Evidence for Forensic DNA Profiles. John Wiley, Chichester. Pimental, D. 2002. Biological Invasions: Economic and Environmental Costs of Alien Plant, Animal, and Microbe Species. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Review articles

Gibson, G. 2002. Microarrays in ecology and evolution: a preview. Molecular Ecology 11: 17-24.

Holmes, E.C. 2004. The phylogeography of human viruses. Molecular Ecology 13: 745--756.

Hutchings, J.A. 2000. Collapse and recovery of marine fishes. Nature 406: 882--885.

Jackson, R.B., Linder, C.R., Lynch, M., Purugganan, M., Somerville, S. and Thayer, S.S. 2002. Linking molecular insight and ecological research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 17: 409-414.

Jobling, M.A. and Gill, P. 2004. Encoded evidence: DNA in forensic analysis. Nature Reviews Genetics 5: 739-751.

Liu, Z.J. and Cordes, J.F. 2004. DNA marker technologies and their applications in aquaculture genetics. Aquaculture 238: 1-37.

Macdonald, C. and Loxdale, H.D. 2004. Molecular markers to study population structure and dynamics in beneficial insects (predators and parasitoids). International Journal of Pest Management 50: 215-224.

Stewart, C.N., Halfhill, M.D. and Warwick, S.I. 2003. Transgene introgression from genetically modified crops to their wild relatives. Nature Reviews Genetics 4: 806-817.

Thomas, M.A. and Klaper, R. 2004. Genomics for the ecological toolbox. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 439-445.

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